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. >> reporter: a married couple, robert and jennifer bathes, who lived several miles away on erica drive for some reason had driven to this neighborhood in their ford sport utility vehicle. neighbors at the crime scene said a dea agent walking his dogs encountered the couple and saw robert baits holding a gun to his head. he turned the gun towards the unarm agent who backed away. jennifer baits ride to get out of the car and that's when the shots rang out. the agent started shouting loudly enough to shout to his neighbors. >> he was saying why did you kill her, why did you have to kill her. it call 911. >> the gunman shot himself in the head. >> when the federal agent got back to the scene, both the victim and the shooter were down. the agent kicked away the man's handgun just in case. local police arrived shortly thereafter. >> robert baits, the shooter was dead at the scene. his wife was transport today a local hospital where she was pronounced dead on arrival. police had been called to the baits home on erica drive on june 26th for a domestic dispute which resulted in the arrest of th
baits shot his wife, jennifer, and then killed himself around 7:30 saturday morning. >> she was running around and yelling, i got someone to help her, help her. and the gunman, who was on the passenger side, took a gun and he shot her. >> reporter: the murder/suicide happened in this quiet montclair townhome community as neighbors watched in stunned disbelief. >> i'm panicking. i'm like what is going on? so i immediately dialed 911, and shortly after that, he shot himself. >> reporter: the bates lived 15 miles away and it's not clear what they were doing in montclair. >> she was bleeding profusely from her head. and he -- i called 911. the gun was laying by him. so hi my neighbor, nick, kicked the gun away from him. >> reporter: we know after the domestic incident in june, an emergency protective order was filed in court, barring the husband and wife from contacting one another. but that order expired, and it was not extended. it's hard to say if it had been in effect, whether it would have changed the outcome of this tragic incident. in montclair, i'm armando trull, 9 news now. >> poli
as shocking now as when it all happened more than three years ago. >> reporter: jennifer hawks-petit nervously asking a bank teller for ransom money to save her family. she had no way of knowing she would be dead within an hour. >> we have a lady who is in our bank right now, who says that her husband and children are being held at their house. the people are in the car outside the bank. she's getting $15,000. to bring out to them. if the police are told, they will kill the children and the husband. >> reporter: the 911 call to police was made by the manager inside that bank branch. she told police she saw mrs. petit being driven away by someone else going in that direction. >> she said they've been very nice. and she knows they'll leave after they get the money. >> reporter: suspects joshua and steven hayes did leave. but only police say after allegedly strangling and raping mrs. hawkes-petit and their children. husband michael petit was beaten and tied up in the basement before the house was set on fire. he escaped. the only survivor. nagging questions remain about whether police could have
and then pointed the gun at the agent but seconds later shot jennifer bates and the agent started yelling. >> he yelled why did you have to call her. call 911. >> mr. bates shot his wife. a protective order was issued, but recently expired. >>> police have released the name of a man shot by officers in the district. it is 29-year-old john wesley wheeler of suitland, maryland. police say they shot wheeler near 2nd and c. street at he pointed a handgun at them. he's charged with assault with intent to kill and carrying a license and other counts. >>> two major animal rescues in our area. one was taken from a medical testing lab and the other from a dogfighting operation. matt acland has the story. >> reporter: this is undercover video taken by peta at a lab in gates county, north carolina. peta said the workers were mistreating cats, dogs and rabbits. after this was released, the debit of agriculture launched an investigation and the lab released the animals. some of them were brought to the animal rescue league. >> this is a case of about 200 animals in northeastern north carolina and just a horr
jenny or jennifer? just call me jenny, y. you and where are from, jenny? >> i am 26 years old and i am , iowa. >> what do you do for a living? a youth the center and i teach yoga twice a week. i am taking a couple of online class is to get into a bigger program next fall. >> staff sgt, what did your family say when they heard you were picked for this honor? how did they react? proud, and have said so my whole life. tying my shoes made them proud. riding my bike without training proud. they are very proud parents, and was one more thing. they were proud when i went into the army. they are always going to be proud of me. they have said that. very proud. i do not have another word for it. am having a hard time articulating how they feel. >> can you tell me what is your most enduring impression of the two deployments you spend in afghanistan? my most enduring impression two deployments are the quality of people that continue to lead afghanistan time again, and how they do something most people will not do, and then they're willing to do it again. my most enduring thought is how tough the g
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